High School Sports

  • Brighton's girls basketball season comes to a close

    BOULDER -- Fairview scored 22 of the first 24 points of the game and went on to a 68-31, home-floor win over Brighton in the first round of the state 5A girls basketball playoffs Feb. 24.

    "They got on us early," BHS coach Dan Doehler said. "They used full-court pressure. I told the kids that's how you're going to beat Brighton High School is to pressure us. It's definitely something to work on in the offseason."

  • Castle View ends Prairie View's girls hoops season

    CASTLE ROCK -- Castle View knocked off Prairie View 84-45 in the first round of the state 5A girls basketball tournament Feb. 24 on the Sabercats' floor.

    No game stats were immediately available for either team. PVHS finished the season with a record of 10-14.

  • Prep basketball: Eagle Ridge girls make it to 3A state tourney

    BRIGHTON -- Eagle Ridge Academy's girls team will travel to Lutheran High School in Parker for the first round of the state 3A girls basketball playoffs.

    The Warriors (8-12 overall) drew the 30th seed in the tourney. Lutheran (21-1) is the No. 3 seed. The game will be March 6 at 3:45 p.m. The winner gets the winner of the game between Trinidad and Platte Valley high schools, which will be at Lutheran High School at 7:15 p.m., March 6. The second-round match is March 7, starting at 3 p.m.

  • Brighton girls capture rivalry win over Prairie View

    Jonathan Maness, Sports Correspondent

    BRIGHTON — The Brighton girls basketball team is doing exactly what good basketball teams do, get hot at the right time. 

  • District 27J officials seek to minimize impact of split schedules on athletics

    BRIGHTON — The coming split schedule in Brighton School District 27J won’t mean a cut in high school athletic programs. But as promised, things won’t be the same.

  • Clay Davis opts to play baseball at Colorado Mesa

    BRIGHTON — The combination of being close to home, a strong tradition in college baseball and a nice campus visit was too much for Prairie View’s Clay Davis to resist.

    He signed a collegiate baseball letter of intent to play at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.

  • Brighton spring sports practices draws near

    BRIGHTON — Practices for the spring sports – baseball, track and field, girls soccer, girls tennis and boys swimming – start Feb. 24.

    Prospective athletes have to have evidence of a current physical exam on file in their respective school’s office before practice begins.

    Here’s a synopsis of preseason dates for Brighton High School.

  • Spring sports practices to start at Prairie View this month

    BRIGHTON — It’s time to start moving the prep sports scene outdoors again. The spring sports season begins in early March, and practice begins Feb. 23 for most teams.

    Prospective athletes have to have evidence of a physical on file in the school’s office before practices begin. Call Krisha Cardenas at 303-655-8800 with questions.

  • Brighton athletic schedule Feb. 27

    Here is today's Brighton area prep sports schedule:

    Girls basketball: Confluence League district playoffs .. Eagle Ridge vs. Aurora West Prep, Ridge View Academy, 28101 E. Quincy Ave., Watkins, Colo., 5:30 p.m. 

  • Prairie View scoreboard -- Feb. 18

    Girls basketball

    Rangeview rallied in the fourth quarter to get past Prairie View 49-48 on Rangeview's floor Feb. 17.

    The Rangers outscored the ThunderHawks 17-11 in the fourth quarter to pull out the win. Makaylee Jones and Tomarow Whitfield scored 13 points for the victors. No stats were available for the T-Hawks.

    Boys basketball